To address some of today's greatest healthcare challenges with practical and affordable wearable technology that allows individuals to access their health signals where time matters.
Drawing upon our team's experience of over 20 years of developing minimally invasive, functional skin based medical devices, WearOptimo is working on next generation wearable devices for continuous monitoring in precision health.
Established in 2018 by Professor Mark Kendall, WearOptimo has already achived impressive milestones:
We are an Australian company at the forefront of the global revolution in wearables for personal health and medicine.
Our novel, patented Microwearable monitoring sensors are designed to read and interpret key health signals within the skin.
We have a world-class, experienced and high-performing team led by Professor Mark Kendall, with 25 years of experience in building successful healthcare businesses creating more than $2 billion of value for investors.
We are backed by key investors, including the Australian National University and Aspen Medical, and have secured several million dollars in equity investment.
We have secured several million dollars in non-dilutive grant support from the Australian Federal Government and Queensland State Government.
We have partnered with Aspen Medical, a global provider with established distribution channels for our first product, the Hydration monitoring sensor.
We have a strong suite of intellectual property.
Our high-performance, interdisciplinary team , drawn from around the world, boasts backgrounds with technology, science and commercial expertise. We are united in our commitment to tackle crucial healthcare challenges with practical solutions.
The Australian National University (ANU) is one of the world's leading universities, with a focus on excellence in research and education.
ANU is a foundation supporter of WearOptimo - providing financial support and institutional strength.
The WearOptimo - ANU partnership is a ground-breaking initiative to commercialise Australian intellectual property and ultimately build a national asset of which all Australians can be proud.